The more I see from Phee the more I love this little indi range for making great value shades that are so glimmery and lightcatchy they’re more or less irrisistible. These are a mix of highlight and shadows but having experimented with both, you can diversify and use them for either/or.
Because Phee’s products are all handmade you have the option to buy in a compact or just the pan to add to an existing compact and there are various buying options, too – so 3 for £25 or £10 each.
See what I mean about the lightcatchy? I find these do need an eye primer to give them longer last, but they’re gorgeous in the blend – the bottom 4 remind me of those Bobbi highlighter palettes. So, from bottom to top in the swatch are: Peppered (shadow), The Original (highlight), Luna Glow (highlight), Bellini Glow (highlight) Sphinx (shadow) and Polilla (shadow – duochrome).
I also have to flag up that in a strange case of psychic beauty, I bought this Rainbow Highlighter some months ago, dropped it – literally last week – and mysteriously a new one arrived! I didn’t tell a soul that it was dropped and smashed. It’s one of my most favourite beauty products because it’s just a happy thing – it’s rarely used but looked at often. (it’s £11.50)
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
Phee’s Make Up is HERE.
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